Archive for May, 2019

Hewitt’s Bach Odyssey offers a safe and buckled-up journey – May 12, 2019

Pianist Angela Hewitt is currently in the midst of “Bach Odyssey,” […]

Lin and Parker offer robust CMS program of American music – May 10, 2019

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center holds its biggest events […]

A wide-ranging night of African-American music served up with fire and feeling by the Harry T. Burleigh Society – May 09, 2019

To most classical music fans, the name Harry T. Burleigh is […]

Escher String Quartet has a mixed night in Chamber Music Society program – May 08, 2019

The Escher String Quartet has had a recent personnel change, with […]

Huggett and colleagues charm with music of the French Baroque – May 06, 2019

It’s hard to miss with the French High Baroque. If you […]

Uchida takes Carnegie audience along on an intimate Schubert journey – May 05, 2019

To say that pianist Mitsuko Uchida gave a memorable performance of […]

Met closes season with a riveting, devastating “Carmélites” – May 04, 2019

The Metropolitan Opera has a habit of making a strong final […]

Pianist Wnukowski revives music of a neglected composer in impressive Carnegie debut – May 04, 2019

Daniel Wnukowski brought a strikingly contemporary account of the Chopin Preludes […]

Bruch and Strauss prove a congenial pair for Bychkov, Philharmonic – May 03, 2019

Two showpieces were on tap at Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall […]

Attacca Quartet digs deep in music of Caroline Shaw – May 01, 2019

Classical music is an old art form with a not unrelated […]